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KIDS EAT FREE FEATURING THE SUNDAY ROAST WITH MARCO PIERRE WHITE AT THE ENGLISH HOUSE

The English House

Yes, you are not seeing things - available for advanced bookings at The English House one free children’s main course with every paying adult from the set Sunday Roast (excluded A la Carte or any other promotions). We are talking delicious English fare for your kiddo's. 

Think Marco’s baked Mac ‘n’ cheese or something a little more robust - the Roast free ranged Chicken or Honey roast Pork belly with all the trimmings Roast potatoes, buttered peas, Yorkshire pudding, rich gravy. Fussy eaters will delight in the Spaghetti with cherry tomatoes and fresh basil or go the whole hog with the Grilled Cumberland sausages with French fries and Buttered peas ( well...maybe leave the peas....if you think your little princess will turn her nose up to them,) Booking Details Here

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John
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141 comments
25 June 2019
Ok. I'm no fine dining expert and this is exactly why I feel quite comfortable as the founder of www.expatchoice.asia to write a few works about The English House. Firstly, I love english fare and I appreciate everything from a fish pie to a full on Roast Chicken/lamb/beef dinner or a scotch egg at that. I love food, full stop. What I also love is ambience when I'm out at a restaurant. The staff here are more than exception. They are family. They make the guests feel special. At home like in your dining room with mum in the kitchen cooking up more than a storm. When you dine at The English House you will see plenty of memorabilia on the walls and in the ornate, and sometimes antique looking display cabinets. I am told these pieces come from Marco Pierre Whites private collection back in the UK so that's got to be special - just in itself. You will also notice that every piece of crockery that your meal is served on is authentic English croc. Start your meal with a good old Mr Walsh's English Pea and ham soup. I love this soup. My mother would make this soup when I was a wee lad and yes, I would lap it up. This soup starter is nothing short of monumental, harking back to the days my dear old mum was alive. I was a little sentimental sipping away on my Sunday afternoon visit. Main boards has quite the selection from Roast Fillet of Black Angus accompanied with a Yorkshire Pud, Braised Oxtail and onion gravy - quite the classic and a creamed Horseradish or go for the Wheelers Scottish Salmon Fishcake served with a poached egg and Sauce Tartare. Although it is hard to go past the Braised Ox Cheek a la Bourguignon.... Of course there are puddings and cheeses and all that goes with a good English fare including a classic Apple crumble, a Sherry Trifle Wally Ladd and the Box Tree Eton mess.... just saying The menu will be changing from month to month so you can return with a new experience to behold. 4 courses will set you back $75 and this included Canapes... I like the English House, I love the ambience and, I appreciate the service and care that was given on my and Christine's last visit. Highly recommended as an experience....It's not fine dining... it's just good old fashioned family fare served at your "unique" english dining table.... as all tables are of different shapes and sizes...in an exquisite surrounds. xxx

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7.5
Suzanne
INFLUENCER
65 comments
26 May 2019
We visited The English House this week and the place was buzzing. Staff all dressed in what looked like traditional get up - coming and going and the food was awesome.

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NEWBIE
41 comments
26 May 2019
Marco Pierre White’s New Restaurant The English House Looks Like A Mini Raffles Hotel The furniture, doormen and even sacks of peanuts here all pay tribute to Marco Pierre White's fave hotel in Singapore — before he opened his own, that is. You’re likely to do a double take as soon you stroll into The English House, a restaurant serving, well, English comfort food. The property, which also houses an 18-room boutique hotel that's slated to open in 2019, occupies two conservation shophouses at the corner of Mohamed Sultan Road. One of the houses used to host '90s nightspot Madam Wong’s. The English House's entrance is almost engulfed in tropical foliage, which brush gently against your shoulders as you squeeze past the doorway. Short of painting the colonial structure completely white instead of grey and cream, there’s a definite sense that the building was inspired by the architecture and style of the iconic Raffles Hotel. Down to the handsome uniformed doormen who actually used to work at the said hotel. Marco once told us he always checks into the Raffles during his frequent visits to Singapore as he "likes its garden".

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Richard
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663 comments
15 April 2019
OMG - where do I sign up. Awesome!

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